Kant - Theology Reflection 3.26.2008 Inner-City Healthcare...

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Theology Reflection 3.26.2008 Inner-City Healthcare and Higher Education: A Partnership in Catholic Social Teaching The presentation I sat through was about an educational free hospital that was out of state. Most of the presentations were about the hospital itself, and how the hospital is giving back to the community. The panel that spoke had their own little presentations involving catholic social teaching and the actual clinic, but there was one speaker who struck a chord more than the rest. Each presenter talked about the pursuit for the common good of the people, but one stressed its universality by comparing the Catholic social teaching to Kant… yes, Kant. The presenter apparently had to get permission from the university to discuss Kant and he was clearly more nervous then the other presenters. I am not sure if he thought the “crowd” of seven people in the cinema was going to boo him, but he was very careful with her choice of words. He wanted to prove a point that Catholic Social Teaching is so universal, even Kant’s Philosophy can be linked with it. Although he anticipated the people at a “Catholic Social Teaching and Healthcare”
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ACS 1001 taught by Professor Musachhio during the Spring '08 term at Villanova.

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Kant - Theology Reflection 3.26.2008 Inner-City Healthcare...

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